I did not think it was a good night for any of the groups , it was the first
night that I really did not enjoy the show . I just did not think that hip hop
genre really fits this type of singing . I think Vocal point and UofR Yellow
Jackets are the top two . I really never have liked the Dehlias
We love this show, my whole family watches wherever we are. We conference call
in our kids on Skype every Sunday night who live all over and the Sing Off is
always one of the topics that comes up, we simply love it.As singers
with musical backgrounds (albeit nowhere near this level of talent) we have a
personal appreciation for all these talented groups and we are excited to see
programing like this on TV and getting more popular. Unlike other
shows like American Idle or X Factor they never focus on making fun of bad
performers or waste time dragging out embarrassing, rude or angry auditions. Instead the Sing Off producers focus on the talent and are not afraid to
get technical when offering musical advice. It focuses on the positive, the
uplifting, the hard work, and the talent. It's a worthwhile show to watch with
your family thats safe, tasteful and fun, something thats often hard to find on
today's TV programming.
give them something besides hip hop
I watched the show and both of them were not among the top two in their grouping
so I am not sure who wrote the Headline, but it is obvious they did not watch
Have to agree with J-TX. They survived, but not as "polished". They
even got comments from the judges that wasn't as positive, as were previous
weeks. Wishing Vocal Point and Delilah the best of Luck!!God Bless!!
Pentatonix was awesome. I like the guy groups, so I'm liking all
three--Yellowjackets, Dartmouth Aires, and Vocal Point. My outside guess for
champion is Dartmouth Aires.
It was not the best night for Vocal Point, but in weeks past they were clearly
the best in my humble opinion. I think they just had a bad week due to the
circumstances. I hope they come back next week and really do well, they have all
to tools to go all the way.
OK, I love both these groups, but neither of them "conquered". Who
writes your headlines? More like they "survived". Other than the two
bottom groups that had to sing for their lives, these were the weakest
offerings. Hip Hop is definitely outside their zone. But did you hear